Rare Postage Stamps Quiz
A quiz on top rarest postage stamps in the world. 10 Questions.
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Which statement is false on the first postage stamp in the world?
It was first issued by the British in 1840.
It is also known as the One Penny Black.
It features the bust of England's Queen Elizabeth.
Its current market value is about US$3,000 for an unused one.
How much was the Two Penny Blue postage stamp (1840) sold in 1993?
Why is this Mauritius postage stamp issued in 1847 considered rare?
They had the words "Post Office" instead of "Post Paid".
They had the wrong bust.
They were issued in very small quantities.
They were not for circulation purpose.
Who used these rare Hawaiian postage stamps issued in 1851?
American volunteer groups
These rare postage stamps (1-cent Magenta stamp) issued in 1856 were used in which colony?
Who was General Charles Connell who used his portrait in this rare New Brunswick postage stamp issued in 1859?
An army general
Which country did not use these "Seebeck Reprints" postage stamps (1889 - 1899)?
Why is this rare China "Special Delivery" Issue Stamp (1913 - 1914) so special?
It is China's first postage stamp.
It is the Far East's largest stamp.
It does not have a value on it.
It is world's largest stamp.
What is unique about this rare US postage stamp issued in 1918?
It was issued just after the First World War.
The airplane was printed upside-down.
The airplane model was omitted on the stamp.
It was wrongly designed as "24 cents" instead of "25 cents".
And finally, in which city shall the 'World Youth Stamp Exhibition 2014' be held from 1 - 6 December?
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